EnWin holds time-of-use billing seminars
With time-of-use billing rolling across Windsor, EnWin is holding two seminars to help educate residents on the change.
The first open house starts at 1:30 p.m. at the Caboto Club, with the other kicking off at 6:30 p.m. The goal is to help explain the changes time-of-use pricing will bring to bills at the end of the month.
The hydro company will begin rolling-out time-of-use billing by late-April throughout Windsor, and they’re urging residents to be prepared for the change.
What is time-of-use billing and how does it work? Well the time-of-use aspect of the equation refers to the on and off-peak hours customers use electricity. EnWin says during on-peak hours, there’s a greater demand for electricity, resulting in a higher cost for customers.That’s why EnWin says with the introduction of time-of-use, will reward customers for using electricity during off-peak hours.
The first people to see the new billing system will be sometime around April 24, with the full billing process being rolled-out before the end of May.
For a breakdown of electricity peaks you can visit EnWin’s website.